- About Us
The New Jersey State League of Municipalities is a voluntary association created to help communities do a better job of self-government through pooling information resources and brainpower. It is authorized by State Statute, and since 1915 has been serving local officials throughout the Garden State. All 564 municipalities are members of the League. Over 560 mayors and 13,000 elected and appointed officials of member municipalities are entitled to all of the services and privileges of the League.
- Municipal Information
- League Services
- Legislative Analysis
- Ordinances & Shared Service Agreements
- Seminars & Training
- Awards Programs
- News & Bulletins
- New Laws
- NJ Municipalities Magazine
- Research Publications
- Annual Conference
Issues and updates from the League's President.
An annual report is published each year by NJLM's Executive Director highlighting the League's efforts over the past year and the services offered.
A listing of Presidents including their name, municipality, and the year served.
In 2015, NJLM celebrated its 100th year. View information on the centennial, including a detailed history by decade.
The New Jersey State League of Municipalities is a non-partisan, non-profit voluntary association, founded in 1915, to further enhance the ability of New Jersey’s municipal governments to represent their constituents.
League Background Information
The New Jersey State League of Municipalities is a voluntary association created to help communities do a better job of self-government through pooling information resources and brain power.Link to page
There are currently 21 Affiliated Associations working with the League. Visit here for contact information.Link to page
The League takes great pride in the accomplishments of its members and partners, recognizing their efforts with Halls of Fame and Awards presented throughout the year.Link to page
Boards & Committees
The League's Trenton staff carries out a full agenda of activities, translating League policy objective on many fronts. But policy itself is made by more than 250 mayors, other elected officials, and appointed officials who serve on numerous standing and ad hoc committees.Link to page
The League's staff is here for you. Get in touch with us through email or phone with any questions or concerns you may have.Link to page
The League's Executive Board serves as the policy setting body in the work of the representing the state's 564 Municipal governments. Sharing their time, their efforts, and their knowledge, they continually strive to improve Municipal government throughout the Garden State.Link to page
The League’s Executive Board has established three levels of recognition for corporations and agencies that offer support for the League’s mission. The League and its member municipalities appreciate these companies and their ongoing support of local government.Link to page
Leasing Information (PDF)
The Roebling Mansion has excellent single offices and small suites available for lease. Contact information is available on the flyer.Link to page
Marketing, advertising and sponsorship opportunities.Link to page
Whether your municipality has a population of 300 or 300,000, it has a major stake in legislative deliberations that the League can help advocate for.Link to page
Municipal Job Postings
A listing of job openings and request for proposals.Link to page
View a variety of helpful videos related to New Jersey State League of Municipalities.Link to page
NJLM Educational FoundationLink to page
Annual Conference Photo Albums
See these albums for each year's conference.Link to page